Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations, Pennsylvania Paralegals

BECOMING A PENNSYLVANIA CERTIFIED PARALEGAL (Pa.C.P.)

PENNSYLVANIA CERTIFIED PARALEGAL

 

QUALIFICATIONS:
 
To become a Pennsylvania Certified Paralegal, an individual must satisfy each of the following criteria as well as one of the criteria under the Educational Requirements set forth below:
  1. Applicant must be a legal resident of the United States of America; and
  2. Applicant must satisfy one of the criteria set forth under Educational Requirements; and
  3. All years of substantive paralegal experience under Educational Requirements shall be consecutive; and
  4. Applicant must submit a declaration from an attorney in good standing with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania who will attest to his/her direct knowledge of the Applicant's skill level and his/her work as a Paralegal; and
  5. Applicant must be currently employed as a Paralegal pursuant to the definition established and approved by the Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations. 
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
 
Applicant must meet one (1) of the following criteria in addition to the Qualifications set forth above:
  1. Bachelor's Degree in Paralegal Studies from an ABA-approved Paralegal Program AND one (1) year of substantive Paralegal experience; OR 
  2. Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from an accredited institution AND a Certificate/Associate's Degree from an ABA-approved Paralegal Program AND one (1) year of substantive Paralegal experience; OR 
  3. Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from an accredited institution AND three (3) years of substantive Paralegal experience; OR 
  4. Associate's Degree in Paralegal Studies from a Paralegal Program AND five (5) years of substantive Paralegal experience; OR 
  5. Certificate from a Paralegal Program AND five (5) years of substantive Paralegal experience; OR 
  6. Designation of CLA, CP or RP AND two (2) years of substantive Paralegal experience. 
EXAMINATION:
 
No exam at this time. 
 
FEES:
  • For members of a Keystone Alliance Member Association:  Fifty Dollars ($50.00) non-refundable application processing fee for initial two (2) year period. Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) non-refundable renewal application processing fee for each renewal period of two (2) years. 
  • For individual applicants not affiliated with a Keystone Alliance Member Association: Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) non-refundable application processing fee for initial two (2) year period. One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) non-refundable renewal application processing fee for each renewal period of two (2) years.
  • Fees subject to change at the discretion of the Keystone Alliance.
FORMS:
 
The Application for Certification can be found on the FORMS AND DOCUMENTS page.
 
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:
  • The Application for Certification must be submitted along with the supporting documentation and required fee, all in accordance with the complete instructions more fully set forth in the application form.
  • The Credentialing Committee will determine within thirty (30) days whether the Applicant meets the requirements for certification as established by the Keystone Alliance. 
  • Applicants will receive notification of the Credentialing Committee's determination via letter from the Keystone Alliance Chairperson. 
APPROVED APPLICANTS:
  • The Pa.C.P. Credential is approved for a period of two (2) years beginning with the Pa.C.P.'s approval date and ending two years hence on the anniversary date (Certification Period). During the Certification Period, the Pa.C.P. is required to obtain a minimum of 12 CLE credits (10 substantive, 2 ethics) in order to maintain standing as a Pa.C.P.  Prior to the expiration of the Certification Period, the Pa.C.P. must submit an Application for Renewal as set forth below. 
  • The Pa.C.P. is solely responsible for tracking CLE's obtained during the Certification Period, for maintaining accurate and appropriate documentation of the said CLE's as set forth below in the section for CLE Requirements and for submitting the Application for Renewal in a timely fashion.
  • A CLE Reporting Form is available on the FORMS AND DOCUMENTS page and should be utilized by the Pa.C.P. for purposes of tracking CLE's throughout the two-year Certification Period.
DENIALS / RIGHT OF APPEAL: 
 
If an Applicant is denied certification, the Applicant may file an appeal within forty-five (45) days of receipt of the denial. 
 
Forms and instructions for filing an appeal shall accompany a notice of denial. The forms and instructions are also available on the FORMS AND DOCUMENTS page. 
 
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL:
  • Applications for Renewal must be submitted no sooner than sixty (60) days prior to the Pa.C.P.'s anniversary date at the end of each two-year Certification Period. 
  • CLE credits applied toward renewal must fall within the two-year period between the Pa.C.P.'s last approval date and the anniversary date, i.e., within the Certification Period. 
  • The Application for Renewal is available on the FORMS AND DOCUMENTS page and must be submitted along with the supporting documentation and required fee, all in accordance with the complete instructions more fully set forth in the application form.  
CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) REQUIREMENTS:
 
In order to maintain the Pa.C.P. Credential, the Paralegal must complete a minimum of twelve (12) hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits-10  substantive, 2 ethics-within the two-year Credentialing Period. CLE credits obtained prior to the Pa.C.P.'s last approval date and/or after the Pa.C.P.'s anniversary date will not be accepted for purposes of renewal. 
 
CLE credits earned in excess of the required minimum during a Credentialing Period WILL NOT be credited toward a Pa.C.P.'s next Credentialing Period.
 
CLE credits are based on actual contact time, i.e., one CLE credit per one hour of attendance. No CLE credits will be awarded for CLE's of less than thirty (30) minutes.
 
All CLE credit hours may be obtained in person or via audio, on-line or video from the following sources:
  • Courses/seminars offered by the Pennsylvania Bar Association or any bar association; 
  • Courses/seminars offered by approved national or state law-related organizations (e.g., American Trial Lawyers Association, Pennsylvania Association for Justice, etc.); 
  • Courses/seminars offered by any national or state paralegal association; 
  • Courses/seminars, including college courses with a passing grade of B or better, offered by any accredited educational institution or organization; 
  • Courses/seminars offered by professional education providers (e.g., Institute for Paralegal Education, Mealey's (via Lexis/Nexis), West LegalEdcenter (via Thomson West), etc.); 
  • Courses/seminars offered by any federal/state regulatory or governmental authority; 
  • Courses/seminars/programs offered in-house by the applicant's firm, corporation or employer; 
  • Self study programs provided by any of the entities listed hereinabove which are available on audio and/or videotape and have supporting written materials; and which are taken at the paralegal's own pace without direct supervision or attendance in a classroom and include a final examination of at least 10 questions; 
  • Teaching, speaking or guest lecturing at a seminar or course. The subject must be on substantive law or issues, or must be oriented to the specific nature of the paralegal profession and be relevant to employed paralegals and/or paralegal students. 
  • Authoring an article or publication. The subject must be on substantive law or issues, or must be oriented to the specific nature of the paralegal profession and be relevant to employed paralegals and/or paralegal students.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR RENEWALS:
 
IMPORTANT NOTE:  The Keystone Alliance oversees the Pa.C.P. Program; therefore, only the Keystone Alliance can award preapproved CLE credits toward the Pa.C.P. credential. Courses which are preapproved by NFPA, PBI, etc. do not qualify for preapproval toward your Pa.C.P. credential. If the course description and/or Proof of Attendance does not specifically state that the course was preapproved for CLE credits by the Keystone Alliance and/or toward the Pa.C.P. credential, then you will need to seek approval for those CLE credits at the time of renewal as set forth below.
 
The Application for Renewal must be submitted along with the completed CLE Reporting Form, the required fee and supporting documentation relative to the Pa.C.P.'s requested CLE credit hours as follows:
 
CLE Credits Preapproved By The Keystone Alliance 
 
If the Pa.C.P. attends a course, seminar or program which has been preapproved for CLE credits by the Keystone Alliance, the Pa.C.P. need only submit his or her Proof of Attendance at the time of renewal. The said Proof of Attendance must specifically state that the course, seminar or program was preapproved by the Keystone Alliance and the number and type (substantive or ethics) of CLE credits for which the the course, seminar or program was preapproved as well as the title of the course and the name of the speaker(s). If the Proof of Attendance does not specifically state that the course was preapproved for CLE credits by the Keystone Alliance, you will need to include a copy of the course description which indicates same. 
 
CLE Credits Sought at Time of Renewal
 
Additional documentation is required for any courses, seminars or programs which were not preapproved for CLE credits by the Keystone Alliance. The type of documentation required will vary depending upon the source of the requested credits as follows:
 
Courses/Seminars/Programs
 
When applying for CLE credit hours for seminar/courses attended, the Pa.C.P. must submit the following:
  • a description of the seminar topic and an outline of the presentation*; 
  • a copy of each speaker's bio or resume which indicates his or her relevant qualifications; 
  • for conferences which feature multiple breakout sessions, a copy of the seminar brochure or agenda which provides a detailed timeline of each segment of the conference including lunch and breaks; and 
  • a copy of your proof of attendance** which indicates the number of hours attended.
CLE credit hours shall not be granted for less than thirty (30) minutes of instruction. There is no restriction on the number of CLE credit hours which may be obtained in this manner.
 
*If the speaker does not provide an outline or agenda, the Pa.C.P. should take notes throughout the presentation so that an outline can be drawn up and submitted with your renewal application. 
**If the provider does not offer a proof of attendance form for paralegals, please use the proof of attendance form available on the FORMS AND DOCUMENTS page. The form must be completed by you and signed by your supervising attorney or office manager or by the program moderator.  
 
College Courses
 
When applying for CLE credit hours for college courses, the Pa.C.P. must submit the following:
  • a copy of the course title and description;
  • a list of faculty names and credentials;
  • the course syllabus;
  • for ethics credits based upon an ethical component of the course, proof of the time dedicated to ethics (this may be indicated in the course syllabus, or the Pa.C.P. may need to obtain additional documentation including but not limited to a signed statement from the instructor);
  • a copy of your final grade (a passing grade of B or better is required in order to obtain CLE credit).
CLE Credits will be awarded on an hour-per-hour basis for college courses which consist of substantive and/or ethical legal topics up to the 10-hour minimum requirement for substantive credits and up to the 2-hour minimum requirement for ethics credits. In order to qualify for ethics credits, the course must specifically address ethical issues or must contain a component which specifically addresses ethical issues.
 
There is no restriction on the number of CLE credit hours which may be obtained in this manner.
 
Self Study Programs
 
When applying for CLE credit hours for self study programs, the Pa.C.P. must submit the following:
  • a copy of the promotional brochure; 
  • the course outline; 
  • a list of faculty names and credentials; 
  • sample exam questions; 
  • a copy of your final test score indicating a grade of B or better; and 
  • the certificate of completion. 
A self study program is a course of study in which the Paralegal is self-directed, i.e., working at his/her own pace without direct supervision or attendance in a classroom. The self study program must include a final examination consisting of a minimum of ten (10) test questions for each CLE credit hour. The paralegal must correctly answer 80% of the questions to receive CLE credits. The number of CLE credits awarded is at the discretion of the Credentialing Committee based upon the 
following criteria:
  • listening and/or viewing time for audio, video, CD, DVD and/or on-line mediums; 
  • written materials including books and seminar manuals which will be assessed at 50 pages per hour; and
  • the test score on the final examination.
NOTE: Self-study programs are not CLE seminars taken on-line instead of in person.  On-line seminars are included in Courses, Seminars, and Programs.
 
A maximum of three (3) CLE credit hours may be obtained in this manner.
 
Teaching, Speaking Or Guest Lecturing
 
When applying for CLE credit hours for teaching, speaking or guest lecturing, the Pa.C.P. must submit the following:
  • a copy of the course advertisement or seminar brochure; 
  • a description of the seminar topic, including areas of substantive law or professional issues to be presented; or a copy of the seminar outline or agenda; 
  • a copy of the speaker's resume or description of the speaker's relevant qualifications; 
  • if offered, the number of credits available to attendees; and 
  • number of hours/minutes of the engagement.  
The number of CLE credit hours to be awarded in this category will be based upon the length and content of the presentation and may include credit hours for preparation time. The number of CLE credits awarded for preparation time will be up to two times the number of CLE credits which would be awarded to an attendee, but the total number of CLE credits awarded to the speaker may not exceed the maximum number of CLE credits which may be awarded in this category. The number of CLE credits awarded is at the discretion of the Credentialing Committee.
 
A maximum of five (5) CLE credit hours may be obtained in this manner. CLE credit is provided only one time for any seminar/course presentation.
 
Publishing Articles
 
When applying for CLE credit hours for publishing an article, the Pa.C.P. must submit the following:
  • the article(s) for consideration; 
  • proof the article was published; and 
  • the date of publication. 
The number of CLE credit hours to be awarded in this category will be based upon the length and content of the article. The number of CLE credit hours granted is at the discretion of the Credentialing Committee. To receive credit, the article must be published during the Pa.C.P.'s Certification Period.
 
A maximum of two (2) CLE credit hours may be obtained in this manner.
 
 
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CREDENTIAL (Pa.C.P.)

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CONGRATULATIONS!!
The Keystone Alliance Committee for Paralegal Certification congratulates the following members who have been approved as
PA Certified Paralegals

(member assoc./date of approval):

Tracey Barnes (MCPA/12-01-08)
Cindy J. Geib (LAPA/12-01-08)
Rebecca Buttorff (LCPA/12-03-08)
Deborah A. Long (MCPA/12-05-08)
Heidi T. Novino (CCPA/12-08-08)
Kerry Beck (CCPA/12-09-08)
Kathy J. Kuhn (CPPA/01-21-09)
Stephanie N. Tempesco (LCPA/01-21-09)
Barbara I. Nield (PAP/01-28-09)
Lori L. Carver (YCPA 02-05-09)
Rebecca Jones (LAPA/02-05-09)
Lindy L. Sweeney (YCPA/02-05-09)
Pamela H. Weaver (YCPA/02-05-09)
Susan R. Boddy (LAPA/02-06-09)
Donald P. Bristol (CCPA/02-06-09)
Maria E. Gallo-Groft (LAPA/02-06-09)
Nanette L. Porter (CPPA/02-06-09)
Janet L. Schaum (PPA/02-06-09)
Garnet S. Shaw (PAP/02-06-09)
Pamela R. Hostetter (LAPA/02-09-09)
Jessica M. Swedenhjelm (CPPA/02-12-09)
Jacquelyn K. Dattisman (CPPA/02-13-09)
Michele Stone (LCPA/02-17-09)
Pam Toseki (LCPA/02-17-09)
Jaqueline M. Cullen (MCPA/03-13-09)
Valerie A. Dolan (PAP/03-13-09)
Deborah C. Keeports (LAPA/03-13-09)
Kay Kuhn (YCPA/03-13-09)
Laura M. Leonard (PPA/03-13-09)
Tricia Ranck (LAPA/03-13-09)
Catherine Wright (CPPA/03-13-09)
Donna L. Zonetti (MCPA/03-13-09)
Linda M. Eshelman (MCPA/03-16-09)
Carrie Hoffman (LAPA/03-16-09)
Lisa M. LaPenna (MCPA/03-16-09)
Vivian Luckiewicz (PAP/03-25-09)
Catherine A. Jones (CCPA/03-27-09)
Mary C. Swedo (CPPA-YCPA/03-27-09)
Edna L. Jenkins (CPPA/03-30-09)
Christine R. McCoy (LAPA/04-06-09)
Sherry Barag (MCPA/04-15-09)
Deborah Fowler (PAP/04-15-09)
Susan J. Miller (LAPA/04-15-09)
Denise M. Farrell (LAPA/04-22-09)
Anthony Iannini (PAP/04-23-09)
Maureen Therese Stankiewicz (MCPA/04-24-09)
Lisa Ann Zolna (PAP/04-24-09)
Sue A. Jones (LCPA/05-05-09)
Maureen O'Hara (CCPA/05-05-09)
Pamela Mullins (LAPA/05-08-09)
Michelle Frey (MCPA/05-08-09)
Josephine Brinley (CPPA/05-11-09)
Barbara Ann Krouzecky (PAP/05-15-09)
Carol A. Wray (PAP/05-18-09)
Nancy C. Aiken (MCPA/05-27-09)
Robert D. Turgyan (CPPA/05-29-09)
Karen Carter (CCPA/06-01-09)
Kathleen M. Barron (CCPA/06-05-09)
Theresa Bayer (PAP/06-05-09)
Mary Hoskinson (MCPA/06-05-09)
Karen L. Daemer (PAP/06-12-09)
Kathy K. Massimo (PAP/06-19-09)
Wendy W. McGarvey (PAP/06-19-09)
Carol A. Danz (CPPA/06-23-09)
Kathleen Zamorski (MCPA/06-23-09)
Rachael Lepley Joy (LCPA/06-25-09)
Claudia Bowen (CCPA/06-29-09)
Jennifer Ciminera (MCPA/06-29-09)
Mary E. Gibson (MCPA/07-08-09)
Patricia L. Herr (LAPA/07-10-09)
Christie M. Salimbene (PPA/07-14-09)
Lauren Elizabeth Huff (CPPA/07-15-09)
Kathy Yocum (CPPA/07-15-09)
Donna L. Maus (LAPA/07-16-09)
Toby Marchionno Adams (PPA/07-20-09)
Janice A. Koziol (LCPA/07-21-09)
Linda M. McGlade (MCPA/07-31-09)
Wendy Reczek (CCPA/07-31-09)
Josephine Reviello (LCPA/08-03-09)
Michele J. Alexander (PPA/08-04-09)
Kathryn A. Schew (MCPA/08-28-09)
Elaine E. Crothers (PAP/08-31-09)
Diane R. Kamp (CPPA/09-02-09)
Marianne T. MacDonald (MCPA/09-17-09)
Donna M. McConnell (PAP/09-18-09)
Jacqueline Abramek (PAP/10-05-09)
Norma M. Gunning (MCPA/10-05-09)
Gloria E. Morales Evans (PAP/10-05-09)
Jennifer L. Oswald (CPPA/10-13-09)
Noreen A. Mareski (LAPA/10-16-09)
Jana Keck (LAPA/10-19-09)
Karen M. Mitchell (LAPA/10-27-09)
Lisa A. Eberly (LAPA/11-04-09)
Rebecca Ann Faber (PPA/11-10-09)
Stephanie A. Dise (MCPA/11-13-09)
Beverly A. Berkheimer (CPPA/11-16-09)
Susan K. Leong (LAPA/11-27-09)
Catherine Redden (LCPA/12-01-09)
Holly P. Siekerman (CPPA/12-04-09)
David E. Gruver (CPPA/12-22-09)
Deborah L. Arbuckle (MCPA/01-18-10)
Lisa A. Watson (CPPA/01-13-10)
Christina Cortese (CCPA/01-19-10)
Jeanette L. Roberts (CPPA/01-26-10)
Kristine L. Young (LAPA/01-26-10)
Sheila Drewen Mayer (CCPA/01-27-10)
Dawn E. Jarvis (CPPA/01-28-10)
Cathleen A. Kohr (CPPA/02-01-10)
Denise L. Wallace (MCPA/02-01-10)
Kelly Helsel (YCPA/02-04-10)
Roberta Fedorka (MCPA/02-17-10)
Cindy R. Bickel (MCPA/03-26-10)
Mary C. Galiardi (YCPA/03-31-10)
Michele T. Geib (MCPA/04-05-10)
Amy L. Englehart (PPA/04-06-10)
C. Andrea Gadd (CPPA/04-06-10)
Phyllis M. Taranto (PPA/04-13-10)
Rebecca Young (PAP/04-13-10)
Christine Kroah (CPPA/04-15-10)
Lisa J. Tarr (CCPA/04-15-10)
Virginia Baumgardner (PPA/05-12-10)
Bethany Schaeffer (MCPA/05-12-10)
Jenny M. Sheaff (MCPA/05-13-10)
Christine A. Horace (MCPA/06-30-10)
Donna E. McDonnell (MCPA/06-30-10)
Sharon K. Bradley (MCPA/06-30-10)
Stephanie Barber (PPA/07-01-10)
Malinda A. Elliot (CPPA/07-01-10)
Candy L. Graupera (LAPA/07-01-10)
Karin A. Marsh (LAPA/07-08-10)
Linda Lammendola (PAP/07-09-10)
Catherine W. Viega (PAP/07-09-10)
Darlene Carter-Peyton (PAP/07-12-10)
M. Kristin Tim (CCPA/07-26-10)
Fay Luther (PPA/07-28-10)
Robin Donley (CPPA/08-01-10)
Amy Neifert (CPPA/08-01-10)
Paula L. Tanksley-Bradley (PAP/08-05-10)
Tara Shade (CPPA/09-19-10)
Patricia Sarago (CPPA/09-27-10)
Jennifer Bauer (CCPA/10-04-10)
Nicole Finck (PAP/10-04-10)
Michael Yotz (PPA/10-19-10)
Rebecca Bailey (CPPA/10-20-10)
Angela Kraft (YCPA/10-20-10)
Joanne Pourghassemi (MCPA/10-20-10)
Michelle Zatezalo (PPA/10-20-10)
CathyAnn Litwin (LAPA/11-01-10)
Kim A. Sheridan (LCPA/12-16-10)
Elizabeth Montanti (PAP/01-19-11)
Jennifer Handforth (MCPA/01-24-11)
Sandra Renninger (LAPA/02-04-11)
Jayne K. Brinkley (CPPA/02-06-11)
Sophia U. Moore (MCPA/03-17-11)
Johanna Barbin (MCPA/03-22-11)
Teresa J. White-Swoope (PAP/03-22-11)
Hugh Ferry (CPPA/03-23-11)
Patricia A. Calta (PPA/03-24-11)
Victor F. Panieczko (PAP/03-25-11)
Deborah A. Tamny (CPPA/03-29-11)
Julie Young (CPPA/03-30-11)
Danielle Driesbach (MCPA/03-31-11)
Linda A. Shaeffer (LAPA/04-01-11)
Janelle Yuhas (LAPA/04-01-11)
Michelle M. Ciocca (MCPA/04-06-11)
Victoria A. Lowe (LAPA/04-06-11)
Donna Fillman (CCPA/04-07-11)
Lisa A. Williams (CPPA/04-07-11)
Nancy E. Piechota (MCPA/04-14-11)
Susan H. Witte (PAP/04-22-11)
Valerie Clark (PAP/05-04-11)
Lisa Driendl-Miller (LAPA/05-09-11)
Mary Rachel Swift (PAP/05-09-11)
Donna Huntermark (PPA/05-10-11)
Kelly A. Pilkington (MCPA/05-10-11)
Mary Thompson (PPA/05-18-11)
Diane Vanessa (PPA/05-18-11)
Lisa Bugda (MCPA/05-23-11)
Kathryn Cindric (CCPA/06-01-11)
Kathleen Davis (CCPA/06-03-11)
Michelle Calkins (MCPA/06-14-11)
Mary Kovic (PPA/06-14-11)
Susan Komara (PPA/06-15-11)
Anne Newcomer (PPA/06-15-11)
Janine Schwalm (CPPA/06-15-11)
Joann Williams (BCPA/06-15-11)
Kristen Poole (LCPA/06-21-11)
Monique Luck (PPA/06-21-11)
Melissa Rooney (LCPA/06-22-11)
Stacy Jaeger (MCPA/06-25-11)
T. Sean Kelly (PAP/06-29-11)
Susan Friedhofer (MCPA/06-30-11)
Martha Blackwood (CPPA/07-01-11)
Amy Dougherty (MCPA/07-08-11)
Cheryll Schinski (MCPA/07-12-11)
Megan Goslee (PAP/07-21-11)
Diane Hovan (CPPA/07-28-11)
Mary E. Isamin (LAPA/07-28-11)
Alison K. Tighe (MCPA/07-28-11)
Pamela Mullins (LAPA/08-12-11)
Jennifer L. Marcus (LAPA/08-23-11)
Kim N. Clukey (CPPA/09-07-11)
Hope K. Muller (MCPA/09-07-11)
Michele P. Greenberg (PAP/09-09-11)
Lisa Lilley (MCPA/10-03-11)
Catherine Keally (PPA/10-04-11)
Michelle Simon (MCPA/10-05-11)
Tina Gingerich (YCPA/10-10-11)
Heidi Reiss-Tait (MCPA/10-11-11)
Jessica Saner (LCPA/11-18-11)
Maureen Wilhelm (PPA/12-20-11)
Brett V. Kendig (CPPA/01-23-12)
Denise R. Kling (MCPA/01-23-12)
Sheila Drewen Mayer (CCPA/01-26-12)
Kristi L. Munshower (CPPA/01-27-12)
Rachel E. Fineberg (MCPA/02-22-12)
Nancy A. Borzillo (MCPA/02-22-12)
Kay Haas Bechtel (MCPA/02-22-12)
Jennifer Kuemmerle (MCPA/02-23-12)
Cathleen A. Kohr (CPPA/02-28-12)
Noreen Mareski (LAPA/03-01-12)
Monica Bender (CPPA/03-01-12)
Marcia Balent (MCPA/03-03-12)
Rachel J. Merrick (CCPA/03-06-12)
Cindy R. Bickel (MCPA/03-09-12)
Jeanne Rachor (LAPA/03-13-12)
Cheryl Spackman (CPPA/03-13-12)
Margaret Shore (PAP/03-21-12)
Ellen Passerini (DCPA/03-27-12)
Colleen Brelje (LAPA/04-02-12)
Janice Trout (PAP/04-03-12)
Annetta Lynne Scott (MCPA/04-12-12)
Eileen M. D'Angelo (DCPA/04-16-12)
Susan M. Cocchi (DCPA/04-17-12)
Lea Anne McCabe-Ferita (PPA/04-18-12)
Maryann Russo (DCPA/04-19-12)
Ellen Myers (CPPA/04-25-12)
Ashley DiCicco (MCPA/04-27-12)
Sherri Russo (MCPA/04-27-12)
Lisa Bollinger (DCPA/04-27-12)
Ellen McQueen (LAPA/04-27-12)
Shari Radwill (PAP/05-02-12)
Jenny Sheaff (MCPA/05-13-12)
Valerie Mattis (MCPA/05-14-12)
Shari M. Amspacher (LAPA/05-14-12)
Nancy M. Jonaitis (DCPA/05-14-12)
Katelyn Marie Eichelberger (CPPA/05-14-12)
Elizabeth Wilson (CPPA/05-14-12)
Karen A. Sheriff (CPPA/05-14-12)
Mary K. West (MCPA/05-29-12)
Christine Boyd (PPA/05-29-12)
Cynthia L. Woolheater (PPA/06-05-12)
Cheryl A. Collings (PPA/06-05-12)
Carrie L. Shillingford (MCPA/06-08-12)
Rosemary Brinckman (MCPA/06-08-12)
Pelagia Mylonas (PAP/06-12-12)
Joan M. Seltzer (PPA/06-12-12)
Rita A. Winslow (PPA/06-12-12)
Geraldine C. Allison (PPA/06-12-12)
Theresa Schrecengost (PPA/06-14-12)
Kathleen L. Thomson (PPA/06-14-12)
Patricia C. Barr (CCPA/06-15-12)
Victoria P. Molloy (MCPA/06-15-12)
Sheila Kees-Hayden (MCPA/06-19-12)
Constance L. Martin (PPA/06-19-12)
Pamela L. Nelson (MCPA/06-19-12)
Jennifer L. Crown (PPA/06-29-12)
Randy Henne (LAPA/06-29-12)
Susan E. Dreyer (LAPA/07-05-12)
Mary Lou Bonuito (LAPA/07-05-12)
Bobbi Cramer (PPA/07-05-12)
Concetta R. Serdy (PPA/07-06-12)
Susan S. Jones (CPPA/07-06-12)
Cynthia S. Singer (LAPA/07-17-12)
Laura English (DCPA/07-17-12)
Eileen M. Powell (DCPA/07-18-12)
Valerie K. Lamanna (PPA/07-20-12)
Cynthia R. Dennes (LAPA/07-20-12)
Jean E. Lewis (PAP/07-24-12)
Jeremy Gunnoe (PAP/07-24-12)
Kendra J. Jenkins (PPA/07-24-12)
Jill Morrow (PPA/08-02-12)
Susan M. Metrow (PAP/08-03-12)
Susan Wirchnianski (MCPA/08-09-12)
Carol W. Schoemer (PPA/08-14-12)
Melissa Hrynko (CCPA/08-31-12)
Trisha Nagel (DCPA/10-12-12)
Lauren Raikowski (DCPA/10-23-12)
Aimee Kline (LAPA/10-31-12)
Laura Garifo (MCPA/11-09-12)
Karen L. Burkhardt (PAP/12-07-12)
Alicia Kogut (CPPA/12-06-12)
Karen Schnarrenberger (PPA/12-31-12)
Danielle Herring (MCPA/02-25-13)
Tara Swartz (CPPA/04-03-13)
Babette Pace (PAP/04-17-13)
Donna Slayton (CCPA/04-23-13)
Carol E. Dillon (CPPA/04-30-13)
Sharon Genser (PPA/05-02-13)
Christine Garrett (YCPA/05-13-13)
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New Pennsylvania Certified
Paralegal
(Pa.C.P.) Credential
On April 12, 2008, the Keystone Alliance ratified a groundbreaking voluntary credentialing program for Pennsylvania's paralegals!

Click here to review a
Power point Presentation of
the Pa.C.P. CREDENTIAL


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Pa.C.P. BROCHURE 

 

Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations
Post Office Box 344 Pittsburgh PA 15230
e-mail: Keystone_alliance@yahoo .com

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